Chakra

In sanatan/Hindu and tantric/yogic traditions and other belief systems chakras are energy points or knots in the subtle body. Chakras are part of the subtle body, not the physical body, and as such are the meeting points of the subtle (non-physical) energy channels, called nadiis. Nadiis are channels in the subtle body through which the life force...
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chakra

(`wheel`), any of a number of psychic-energy centres of the body, prominent in the occult physiological practices of certain forms of Hinduism and ... [2 related articles]
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Chakra

[JScript engine] Chakra is a JavaScript engine developed by Microsoft for its Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) web browser. A distinctive feature of the engine is that its JIT compiles scripts on a separate CPU core, parallel to the web browser. The engine is also able to access the computer`s graphics processing unit (GPU), in particular for 3D g...
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Chakra

[operating system] Chakra is a Linux distribution originally based on Arch Linux and focused on the latest KDE software, intending to provide a KDE/Qt environment with as little use a possible of other widget toolkits. It has been well received by critics. == History == In June 2006 a group of Arch Linux users initiated the KDEmod packaging...
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Chakra

[Quechua] Chakra (Quechua for farm / field, land sown with seed, hispanicized spellings chacra, chajra, chagra) is a term for small farms in the outskirts of cities dedicated to produce food for the city. Chakras are typically established on the ejidos of a city. They are commonly used for horticulture. ...
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Chakra

[trance duo] Chakra is one of the artist names taken by the British production duo of Richard Louis Simmonds (Ricky Simmons) and Stephen Christopher Jones (Steve Jones). They produced trance music, usually sampling voices, notably working with Kate Cameron. The duo produced other singles and albums under the names Ascension, Essence, Force ...
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Chakra

A chakra consists of a group of 6 Melakartā rāgams, which differ from each other only in the Dhaivatham and Nishadham.
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chakra

chakra: see yoga.
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Chakra

In Hinduism and its spiritual systems of yoga and in some related eastern cultures, as well as in some segments of the New Age movement
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Chakra

literally meaning circle or wheel, in yoga this refers to the energy centers lying along the confluence of the nadis (energy channels)
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Chakra

Literally meaning circle or wheel, in yoga this refers to the energy centers lying along the conflue
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Chakra

Literally, the wheel of a wagon; it is a term used to represent the energetic centers of the body. In Hindu Yoga there are seven such centers that store and release life force (prana)
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CHAKRA

Wheel, circle. A focal centre where secondary (energy) channels branch out from the CENTRAL CHANNEL.
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